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Interpersonal Dynamics

ITP Group

In today's organizations, work is increasingly organized around teams of various kinds with varying complexity. Teamwork is universally regarded as a key driver of organizational effectiveness and profitability. Yet, teams are notorious for being dysfunctional. Interpersonal conflict, politics, miscommunication, and poor leadership frequently prevent teams from being better than the sum of their parts.

Interpersonal Dynamics at Purdue University can provide the additional skills you need to be a more effective leader in your organization, learning to influence everyone around you, no matter what role you play on the team. This new course will be held in the Krannert Center for Executive Education and Research on August 17-18, 2020. Register here

This course is appropriate for anyone who works in a team environment. Whether you manage a group of associates, or are looking for skills to help you add more value to the team you work in, this course is meant for you. Goals of the program are to:

  • Introduce tools that will help you improve the functioning of the teams that you lead and work in.
  • Raise the trajectory of your career by learning how to overcome team member differences and toxic behavior.
  • Learn how to effectively influence your peers, your direct reports, and your managers.

The program attracts learners from a variety of professions, so the networking and idea sharing become as valuable as the in-classroom learning.

A certificate of completion is provided to Interpersonal Dynamics participants. There is also an option to earn CEUs (continuing education units) from Purdue University.